SB 1070 Allows Highway Patrol to provide information on persons registered under "Megan's Law"
LR Number:2396L.04T Fiscal Note:2396-04
Committee:Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
Last Action:07/12/02 - Vetoed by Governor Journal page:
Title:HCS SCS SB 1070
Effective Date:August 28, 2002
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Current Bill Summary

HCS/SCS/SB 1070 - This act authorizes the Highway Patrol to inform providers whether an applicant for employment is a registered offender under "Megan's Law". This act also requires the information from the registry be made available to other entities, as provided for by law.

Sex offenders convicted after July 1, 1979, are required to register with the chief law enforcement officer of the county in which the sex offender resides within 10 days of his or her conviction, release from incarceration, or being placed on probation. Offenders who are not currently registered are required to register with the chief law enforcement official within ten days of the effective date of this section.

This act adds statutory rape, sexual assault, forcible sodomy, statutory sodomy, deviate sexual assault, and sexual abuse to the list of crimes for which an appeal bond can be denied.